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12,100 on Ascot tie (April 2013)

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As neckties are becoming less and less used by gentlemen around the world, the old fashioned ascot is becoming an interesting alternative to enrich and protect the men’s neck.

According to Wikipedia, n ascot tie, or ascot, is a narrow neckband with wide pointed wings, traditionally made of pale grey patterned silk. This wide, formal tie is usually patterned, folded over, and fastened with a stickpin or tie tack. It is usually reserved for wear with morning dress for formal daytime weddings and worn with a cutaway morning coat and striped grey trousers. This type of dress cravat was traditionally made of a thicker, woven type of silk similar to a modern tie and is traditionally either grey or black.
The ascot is descended from the earlier type of cravat widespread in the early 19th century, most notably during the age of Beau Brummell, made of heavily starched linen and elaborately tied around the neck.

Ascot ties are also know as cache-col.

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See tutorial on how to tie an ascot at:

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